Sep 15

Hello Bobo’s!

It was my hubby’s birthday and when I asked him where he wanted to have his dinner celebration, he requested Boboquivari’s! Yes, he has good taste too!  I highly recommend reservations, they were even busy on a Wednesday evening. I requested a nice table for two and they gave us a little nook area that made us feel like we weren’t really part of the main dining room, that was really nice.

We started off with the Iron-Skillet Roasted Mussels, if you like mussels I recommend this, dip it in the butter caper sauce and enjoy!  We also dipped the Baked Garlic & Olive Sourdough Loaf onto the iron-skillet for the strong olive flavors! I am usually one to hold off on the bread to save space in my tummy for the entrees, I think I wanted the taste of the olives with a hint of the mussels more than the bread, I couldn’t stop, the flavors were so good!

Normally we try to get different entrees so that we can share. But we both knew that going to Boboquivari’s meant that we were both getting the Bone-In Filet Mignon, medium rare please! When we got our Bone-In Filet Mignon, it was just the way we remembered it the first time we tried it. Plump, juicy, tender, perfectly seasoned and truly medium rare.  Our first bite made us both smile, and our last bite left nothing on the bone! Of course we also had a few side dishes, we loved the Modern Mac & Cheese which was made with pungent blue cheese, however, we were not as impressed with the Twice-Baked Potato and Cauliflower sauteed with Garlic and topped with Pangrattato.  Last but not least, we enjoyed the Pistachio Panna Cotta with Mango Créme Anglaise, this was good but it was not smooth like soft tofu and we didn’t taste any pistachios,  it reminded us of yummy egg custard.

Although not all the food was perfect, the real reason why we came here was for the Bone-In Filet Mignon, and that was perfect!